The Perrysville United Methodist Church in Perrysville was the site of the fall wedding of Rachel L. Logan and Bryan Robert Hays.
The Rev. Tom Allmon officiated at the couple's double-ring ceremony at 1:30 p.m. Oct. 17.
The bride is the daughter of Dallas and Susan Logan, 1037 Amsterdam Road Bowerston. The bridegroom's parents are Robert Hays of 7612 McCann Road, Kensington, and Martha Wells of 35344 Hall Road, Salineville.
Nuptial music was provided by Carlo Hively of Carrollton at the piano.
The bride chose an ivory gown with a handmade lace overlay and champagne satin accents. The strapless design featured a full train. Her bouquet of fall colored roses was enhanced with berries. She wore a double-strand champagne pearl necklace, an heirloom from the bride's paternal grandmother, and carried a handkerchief from Switzerland that was decorated with hand-embroidered blue flowers, given to her by a cousin.
The maid of honor was Lori Van Meter of Minerva. She was attired in a strapless, floor- length "A" line gown in sienna, accented in champagne. Her bouquet contained ivory and fall colored roses and berries.
Jason Gfeller of Berlin Center was the best man.
Ushers were Paul Logan and Luke Logan of Scio, the bride's brothers.
Guest book attendants were Hannah and Sarah Jarvis of Homeworth, the bridegroom's cousins.
The reception followed at the Great Trail Tee House in Minerva.
The bridegroom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner on Oct. 16 at Knickers Restaurant in Carrollton.
The bride is a 2002 graduate of Carrollton High School and a 2007 graduate of the University of Akron with a bachelor's of arts degree in interior design. She is employed at Beth McVay Interior Design in Steubenville.
The bridegroom, a 1995 graduate of United High School, is employed at Jan-Paul Farms Inc., the family dairy and grain farm, in Kensington.